Description: Gentry talks about her life as a dancer, choreographer, and participant in the early days of modern dance in San Francisco, New York, and Santa Fe. Also, she talks about her studies of Laban notation and the Pilates method. Marta Graham, Hanya Holm, Doris Humphrey, Ann Mundstock, and Joseph Pilate are some of the people she talks about in the interview.
Additional Description: Interview conducted for the Legacy Oral History Project.
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Interviewer: Sidbury, Mercy Interviewee: Gentry, Eve Editor Friedman, Jeff Contributors: Gutterson, Suzanne; Kagan, Mimi
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